Audit reports from the State Board of Accounts and the Council of Great City Schools (CGCS) said the district actually has $60 million in cash reserves.
IPS is supporting a plan that could bring some charters under the district's umbrella. But the ISTA says it's too similar to the state's takeover plan.
Some schools in Indiana have been closed or delayed all week because of unusually low temperatures and heavy snowfall.
The head of the company that administers Indiana’s online ISTEP exams will face questions from state lawmakers today about glitches that halted testing.
But Dr. Peggy Hinckley hopes to be more than just a placeholder for the next occupant of the central office.
A judge this week decided the state should have looked at this year’s enrollment, rather than last's, when distributing funding to the schools
Indianapolis school bus drivers called in sick because they were frustrated over changes to employment benefits, according to Durham School Services.
Indianapolis Public Schools officials will appeal a State Board of Education decision the district says erroneously awards too much money to takeover schools.
The state says IPS has created a series of obstacles, from not turning over student records to removing computer monitors and food-service equipment.
The bill would also restore single-class basketball in Indiana.